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Devin Douglas Drewitz,
After "The End" is displayed you can hear some barking from Buddy. Additional scenes with the World cup players then start at the beginning of the credits. These scenes are a continuation of the film and are basically the followup from Scurry's line about how they should play some time. See more »
I saw this one afternoon on one of the movie channels. I was dubious at first after reading the synopsis on my remote control, but I kept watching and was pleasantly surprised. OK it didn't have an a-list cast but the acting was bearable.
OK it was about a dog playing football and saving the winning penalty. But it is a kids film, meant for children to entertain and amuse, and it entertained me and had its few giggling moments.
I have seen a couple of the 'Air Bud' movies and this is by far the best one. Its easy viewing and kills a few hours. Something to stick the kids in front of, just make sure during the credits you don't hear 'I want a dog!'
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